Performance Measurement for World Class Manufacturing: A Model for American Companies
CRC Press, 1 lip 1991 - 429
If your company is adopting world class manufacturing techniques, you'll need new methods of performance measurement to control production variables. In practical terms, this book describes the new methods of performance measurement and how they are used in a changing environment. For manufacturing managers, as well as cost accountants, it provides the theoretical foundation for these innovative methods and is supported by extensive practical examples.
Co mówią ludzie - Napisz recenzję
Nie znaleziono żadnych recenzji w standardowych lokalizacjach.
Chapter One World Class Manufacturing and the Need for New Performance Measures
Chapter Two Characteristics of the New Performance Measures
Chapter Three Shortcomings of Traditional Management Accounting
Chapter Four Measurement of Delivery Performance and Customer Service
Chapter Five Measurement of Process Time
Chapter Six Measurement of Production Flexibility
Chapter Seven Measurement of Quality Performance
Chapter Eight Financial Performance Measures
able accuracy achieved activities actual addition amount analysis applied approach aspects assembly average become bill of materials calculated cause cell changes Chapter chart company's completed components continuous improvement costs cycle delivery detailed develop direct effective employees engineering established example factor Figure final flexibility floor forecast frequently goals graph ideas implementation important improvement industries introduced inventory issues just-in-time kind labor lead machine management accounting materials ment methods monitor moved objective operators overhead percent performance measurement personnel planning plant practical problems production plant production process quantity reduce schedule setup shows significant simple standard strategy success suppliers tasks techniques tion track traditional understanding variance vendor waste week world class manufacturing